The orthodontist, who competed with his wife, Misti, on Season 25 of the CBS reality show in 2014, died in South Carolina Monday, according to an obituary posted by the Caughman-Harman Funeral Home.
In a statement to USA TODAY, Lexington County Sheriff's Department Capt. Adam Myrick said deputies responded to the couple's home early Tuesday morning, where Raman was pronounced dead.
Former "Amazing Race" contestant Dr. James "Jim" Raman has died at 42.
His cause of death is not clear, but Myrick said "no one has been arrested or detained in connection with this (death) investigation." He added, "We aren't seeking any suspects or persons of interest as our work on the case continues."
Jim and Misti Raman appeared on "The Amazing Race" as the Married Dentists, finishing in second place behind food scientists Amy DeJong and Maya Warren. Professional surfers Bethany Hamilton and Adam Dirks also competed that season.
Despite not winning the show, the Ramans were dominant competitors, finishing first on five of the season's 12 legs. During their run on "The Amazing Race," the Ramans won a trip for two to Dubai, UAE, Brazil, Ocho Rios, Jamaica, and Vietnam.
USA TODAY has reached out to CBS for comment.
Their company alerted patients of the news. "Irmo Smiles has suffered a tragic loss this week," a statement obtained by WTLX and People said. "It is with deep sadness that we share the news of the passing for Dr. Jim Raman. As our staff and the family prepare for Dr. Raman’s celebration of life, please join us in praying for peace and comfort during this difficult time."
Raman's funeral service will be held Saturday in his hometown.
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